Feel Like Climbing a Wall?

LSC now has a climbing wall that is free for everyone to use. The wall is actually a bouldering wall that requires no climbing equipment. The bouldering wall is a great place to work on climbing skills. All you need is a clean pair of shoes. The wall will be open on Mondays and Wednesdays…

Disability Awareness Speaker Matt Glowacki

Matt Glowacki, a Paralympic Sit-Volleyball team member for eight years, a small business owner, and professional speaker, was born without legs. Just listing those things might put him in the classification of motivational, but he just views his life as normal. Matt’s simple motto is, “Walking is overrated!”? His message to people is “Please don’t…

Help for Misbehaving Computers

Does your computer misbehave? Are you ready to throw it out the window? The LSC Computer Club will help you troubleshoot any computer problems you may have. All you’re required to do is bring your computer tower or laptop to the Student Computer Support Day event for free advice. Friday, October 13, 12:00 – 3:00…

Dr. Kathleen Nelson, LSC President, Selected for Leadership Award

Dr. Kathleen Nelson, President of Lake Superior College, is among ten women selected for the Northland’s NewsCenter “Women in Leadership”? awards. Nelson received the honor at a banquet on Wednesday, October 11. She was also profiled on newscasts on KBJR TV and KDLH TV, the sponsors of the award, and in the regional magazine Area…

Lights On For Safety

The Alliance of Auto Service providers of Minnesota in cooperation with the State Patrol, LSC Auto Service/LSC Auto Body, the Northern Collision Business Association and local parts vendors are offering free inspection and replacement of most exterior vehicle light bulbs and head lamps. The 12th annual “Lights On For Saftey” will be held at MN…

Domestic Violence Display

You are invited to view a memorial exhibit representing the victims of domestic violence in the state of Minnesota in the past year. The representative masks will be on display in the Center for Student Development, W2634, between October 2 and October 6. This moving exhibit is on loan from the Safe Haven Shelter.